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After learning about the ideas and concepts connected with participatory, competency-centered learning, these approaches, ideas or theories need to be put into practice. They need to be reflected in the facilitators' mindsets, they appear in a concept for a learning process, and they show how the logistical and organizational aspects are managed.

Difference between Planning and Organizing

  • Fundamental democratic values such as respect, transparency, accountability and solidarity are strongly connected with the facilitators' mindset. Preparation is in this sense also a self-reflection.
  • Other principles are connected with learning design: For example, how to make nice ideas such as competence-centered and experiential learning and participatory processes happen. This is what we call planning.
  • Organizing, however, describes the logistical and management aspects of preparation.


Section: The Facilitation Mindset


The section includes:

  • Reflection and develop­ment of the attitude (or position or mindset) of the teacher or educator toward learners and the learning process.

Section: Planning


This section includes:

  • Supportive material and articles for developing a pedagogical plan: In a participatory, goal- and needs-oriented way.

Section: Organizing


This section includes:

  • Hints and tools for organising courses and workshops.


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